Mon., March 11, 2013 4:00pm (EDT)

'Macon In The Mirror' Project Launched
By Adam Ragusea
Updated: 1 year ago

MACON, Ga.  —  
42-year-old Carolyn Wimbery says Macon's reputation as a violent city is overblown. (Photo: Laura Corley)
42-year-old Carolyn Wimbery says Macon's reputation as a violent city is overblown. (Photo: Laura Corley)
Macon and Bibb County—as we know them—will cease to exist at the stroke of midnight January 1, 2014.

The consolidated government will take control, with newly-elected leaders and—many hope—a new identity and a fresh outlook. It may be good time for those of us who live here to have a conversation about who we are as a community.

GPB Macon and our partners at The Telegraph and the Center for Collaborative Journalism at Mercer University are embarking on a new project we call "Macon in the Mirror," and if you live in Macon-Bibb we're going to want to talk to you.

Tim Regan-Porter, director of the Center for Collaborative Journalism, stopped by to explain.

More information about Macon in the Mirror and how to participate is at WikiMacon.org